SUMMARY OF EPISODE
- How dominant the English language is in the training and in general
- How gender neutral language doesn’t always translate into other languages and contexts
- The need for captions on videos and transcripts of audios to be more inclusive and not able-ist
- The way true inclusivity is actually a collaborative experience with your community
- How to be inclusive to folks whose identities we don’t share
- Ways to be more inclusive to folks in any group who don’t share the dominant identity so they don’t get lost in the mix
- How, as course creators, it’s easy to get disconnected from the experience of the learner because the focus becomes about organising files and coordinating teachers and facilitating the technology
- Ways Nai and Cam are connecting back into what might not be clear to members as they go through the coursework
- The difference between genuine feedback for improving a training and ‘feedback forms’ that are really for seeking testimonials
- The benefits Nai and Cam are finding from applying what they’re learning from the student surveys
- Why they’re shifting from Feminist CEO Calls to Feminist Coworking Calls
- Ensuring multiple perspectives are shared on classes led by white folks
- The importance of self-care and rest in working on this big mission!
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